Aesthetics – our glass surfaces
All types of LINIT®EcoGlass are manufactured as standard with the décor “504” (pearl structure), which features excellent light scattering.
LINIT®EcoGlass clarissimo is a production-technical enhancement of LINIT clear, which has been highly successful on the market for many years. LINIT clarissimo is produced using non-structured rollers and offers an additional aesthetic appeal due to its good transparency (with regard to rolled glass). However, it should be noted that the optical qualities of rolled glass cannot be compared the surface and transparency of float glass as the production techniques are completely different.
LINIT®EcoGlass solar is characterized by a silky-smooth surface which not only allows ideal energy gain but also meets highest aesthetic demands due to its elegant appearance. This surface was developed by the Glasfabrik LAMBERTS for Steven Holl Architects, New York, and was applied in the Nelson Atkins Museum of Arts (you can find the brochure here) for the first time. Since then LINIT®EcoGlass solar was used not only in several follow-up projects of Steven Holl, like the Pratt Institute (New York City, USA), the Swiss Embassy (Washington, USA) and Herning Center of the Arts (Herning, Denmark), but also in many other buildings of highest aesthetic demands across the globe.
This high claim to design can also be met by the new LINIT®EcoGlass cord. The very fine, line-shaped surface also impresses with extraordinary elegance. Over and over, LINIT®EcoGlass cord surprises with new astonishing and appealing optical effects when viewed from different angles. Those effects are never obtrusive but appear timelessly casual.
LINIT®EcoGlass prismasolar is an expressive surface structure especially developed by LAMBERTS, which
– when mounted horizontally – serves as a seasonal shade and also guides the light into the depths of the room. Furthermore, this extravagant structure, which is unique on the cast glass market, also provides interesting lighting effects and unexpected optical illusions.
LINIT®EcoGlass ice is a new surface structure from LAMBERTS accentuating the natural, elemental character of glass and recreates the aesthetic of ice, particularly when the glass is dulled on the inside. LINIT ice is also perfect for applications where you desire as little transparency as possible.
LINIT®EcoGlass magico is a pattern by Lamberts distinguished by its very finely corrugated surface structure. Objects almost entirely disappear behind this glass surface, which results in a truly unique effect and an extra ordinary visual appearance, which almost seems magical.
Concluding we would like to introduce LINIT®EcoGlass moiré, an interesting derivative of the LINIT product range. The basis of this surface structure is our renowned LINIT solar, which impresses through its fine, silk-like appearance. This astonishing and elegant effect is even enhanced by a vertical timeless line pattern in the new LINIT®EcoGlass moiré. These lines create the impression of waves within the glass, which optically add more depth and structure to buildings and facades.
The LINIT special glasses LINIT clarissimo, LINIT solar, LINIT cord, LINIT prismasolar and
LINIT ice are registered designs and protected under the patent and design protection laws of Germany.